52 Books in 52 Weeks.
52 books in 52 weeks. The concept is pretty simple, you read (roughly) one book a week for the entire year, and in the end, you’ll have added 52 books to your brain library.
When I was in middle school and high school, I read a. ton. We’d go to the library at least once a week, and I was usually knocking off a book or two in between visits. When I went to college, things definitely changed. I had enormous reading lists for class, and most of those books were uninteresting so I didn’t read them. But the fact that I should be reading those books deterred me from reading other books. Like, if I was going to spend the time reading, I probably should be reading my assigned books. Which I didn’t do. Therefore, I didn’t read in college.
But, I realized that I REALLY MISS READING. Like, a ton. So, I made it a goal to read 52 books this year, which works out to about one a week or so. I’m going to try and include a variety of non-fiction and fiction books, as well as modern and classic books.
I’ll update my list below on this post, and talk more specifically about each book I’ve finished on a monthly basis.
1. My Husband’s Wife, by Jane Corry
2. The Princess Saves Herself In This One, by Amanda Lovelace
3. Furiously Happy, by Jenny Lawson